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Things we love:

Worcestershire Sauce, the totally GENIUS ingredient behind our favourite hangover cure

That it’s almost impossible to rack up more than a tenner on taxis

The Worcester cathedral is on the £20 note

Chris Tarant, Cher Lloyd and Jon Snow (Game of Thrones) all grew up here

Things we wish we’d known:

Hardly any bars are open on Sunday night

That it floods every time it rains (pretty much)

It’s not pronounced Wor-ches-ter.

Best bars in Worcester
Best bars in Worcester
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Bolero Bar
Bolero Bar

Unexpected as you head away from the city center, Bolero jumps out from a sea of estate agents and curry houses. Blessed with one of those double fronted exteriors it looks like the famous Nighthawks painting. Warm lighting and a Read More

Browns Wine Bar
Browns Wine Bar

Back in the day Browns held a reputation for being the most prestigious restaurant in town. Following a change of hands in 2012 it’s more gastro than fine-dining but it has a decent bar and that’s all BarChick really cares Read More

Bushwackers
Bushwackers

If this converted chapel once housed Christ it sure as hell doesn’t now. This place has seen more naughtiness than Charlie Sheen’s defence lawyer, and BarChick loves it. Owned by the slightly notorious Pinches brothers, people have been getting crunk Read More

Cellar Bar
Cellar Bar

This underground haunt is an unlikely contender for the best bar in Worcester accolade, but somehow it is. Wobble down uneven steps into a dark den and marvel at the wonderful setting to which you’ve arrived. Exposed bricks, low ceilings Read More

Heroes
Heroes

You’ll be a hero if you make it out of here sober, but make sure you’ve got ID if you even want the challenge. The doormen have been here for years and are well versed in turning down the underage Read More

Keystones Cocktail Club
Keystones Cocktail Club

This suburban venture from the boys behind The London Cocktail Clubs is unlike anything Worcester’s ever seen before. Opening its doors for the first time in an explosion of cocktails, crazy-ass bartenders and comic book characters, BarChick may Read More

Sin Bar
Sin Bar

The clue’s in the title. If it’s a classy affair you seek then this ain’t for you. If however you’re looking for a bloody good laugh, a bit of pole dancing and 10 Jagerbombs for a fiver then this is Read More

The Diglis Hotel
The Diglis Hotel

Family owned this Georgian listed building is one of Worcester’s hidden gems. All quaint and adorable with dashing views of the River Severn, it’s a bit of a heart warmer. First and foremost the Diglis is a hotel but BarChick Read More

The Old Rectifying House
The Old Rectifying House

A Tudor fronted building lit with fairy lights. The rear of this bar was once part of the most important distillery in the Midlands, now it’s one of Barchick’s most important boozing spots, so in a way the history lives Read More

The Quay
The Quay

Situated dangerously close to the River Severn this slightly more upmarket tapas and cocktail joint comes with a weather warning, which makes it way more exciting, right? It opened in late 2012 and has relaunched twice already due to flooding, Read More